The Director of Laboratory Education will be responsible for directing the operations of the University of Idaho Physics Department's Laboratories, supervising and training graduate teaching assistants, and supervising the graduate student in charge of educational laboratory computers. The incumbant will be in charge of maintaining the laboratory facilities and the department's demonstration facilities; conducting research in laboratory education for interdisciplinary applications (engineering/physics) and teaching at most one physics course per semester. This is a ten-month position.
NOTES: Local Residents Preferred (No Relo).
Additional Salary Information: Depending on Experience
Master’s degree in Physics, or related field, and at least three years of experience teaching in college or higher education institutes in addition to the demonstrated experience listed below, as well as a strong background in electronics.
The successful applicant should have demonstrated experience in:
-Leading educational and technical projects
-Conducting physics educational research
-Operating and repairing analytical and characterization equipment
-Leading and managing multiple, team-oriented projects to produce high quality, timely deliverables and services
-Developing strong working relationships with outside partners
-Developing and implementing interdisciplinary activities
-Working collaboratively with others to achieve goals and objectives